A three-year-old alternative education program in the Oceanside Unified School District is demonstrating how to meet both the academic and social-emotional needs of students who have struggled in regular high schools and put them back on a successful path.
Schools in the Welcoming Practices consortium used a variety of ways to honor military-connected students in April, the official Month of the Military Child. At Wolf Canyon Elementary in the Chula Vista Elementary School District, military children created stars to pin up on the school’s Wall of Heroes. Military children and families also turned out Read more
Consortium districts are creating new opportunities to welcome families into their schools and demonstrating that building connections with families occurs all year–not just at the beginning of the school year. The Temecula Valley Unified School District’s Welcome Center hosted a gathering for military parents last month, providing resources and informing them about upcoming workshops provided Read more